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Question ./configure not found on OpenBSD 6.2

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I have just installed OpenBSD 6.2, and it seemed to be lack of building tools. Can anyone help?

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$ ./configure
/bin/ksh: ./configure: not found
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What are you doing?

configure is not some utility that exists on your filesystem. The ./ prefix gives that away.

You would only have a configure script in a top-level directory of a piece of software that uses a configure system (most commonly GNU autoconf) to process portability options into a Makefile, which make(1) can then use to successfully build the software.
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Ah I got it. Thanks
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